GameSpot Blows Sh!t Up - Happy 4th of July 2012
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- Jul 3, 2012
We round up a bunch of explosive content for an explosion extravaganza
my computer is so slow that the add is lagging, these adds are way to long 30 seconds, it use to only be 5 seconds, next will be a entire 5 minute commercial before we can watch a 2 minute clip lol
Seeing Far Cry 3 makes me wish it was out now... i hate waiting for amazing games. Im surprised there wasnt an explosion from Sniper Elite V2 when you blow up the V2 rocket...its already in slo mo and its amazing!
Wish I was an american to have these kinda celebrations, u know, u guys have lots of freedom, unlike us, whom live in middle-east...dammit God, next time watch where u're putting me
No one celebrated my country's independence day on GS, but on that's right, 'MURICA!!!
Also, I find it Ironic how a video about America's independence is linked to a video game about a triad gang war in Hong Kong. Seeing the relation here? Neither do I.
Yeah or that old game that first came out with PS2 that really was just FireWorks... forgot what it was called but it was just a beats/timing game where you set off fireworks. I think it was to showcase the PS2's graphics when it came out.
It's one of our real holidays for celebrating the US just being the US. It's summer and fireworks are great. It's nice to make some noise. It's also the time of year they represent: summer, warmth, bar-b-que, friends/family, just being outside.
It's one of our few real traditions.
@bloodwing123 Who doesn't love explosions?
@bloodwing123 Because 'MURICA!
@bloodwing123 explosions signify freedom.
Hmm...this video miss something.....something from a man that loves to join this........ ah.... Michael Bay 's Explosion .......
Plus we haven't lived in a world where things blowing up directly relates to us blowing up, or bombings, or war in our own streets, so I would assume that we don't have the same emotional or psycological association with explosions people in some other countries may have.
And I mean it's stuff blowing up! Have you seen stuff blowing up!? It's great!
I wanted the exploding chickens to finish this video :/ Oh well still Happy 4th to all you lucky GameSpot editors and employees and all of you fellow GameSpotters!! :)
@pipex_2007 I had them ready to go in, but in the crunch of last minute editing I had forgotten and uploaded without it. Sorry to disappoint.
Btw Video games Started in AMERICA...Way back in the day..Oh bye the way so did cars..You no that vehicle u drive to work in every day..So did freedom..Which is a great thing btw..So Go AMERICA greatest country on earth..You also have us to thanks for the world being free remember that..If we failed in ww2..There wouldnt be a world as we know it today..So look up the facts..Also gamestop did start in America where VIDEO games started..Can talk about other things to impress you but you know what we love our country..Let us get this day and enjoy it..
HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@Gladestone1 WOW. So this is what inbred southerns actually think. WOW.
Video games started in JAPAN, you retard. And technically the first 3d game ever, Elite, was made in Britain.
The first automobile was invented by China 200 years ago. The early car was made by an Austro-Hungarian, and the modern public used car was invented by a German called Karl Benz . America was never in the equation.
Freedom was not invented by Americans, not when they stole a land that wasn't theirs.
Democracy was invented by ancient Greece, and Americans gained alot of profit from WW2 selling arms to the allied forces, so don't act as if America were the pure saviors of us all and didn't take an interest in the war economy.
@Gladestone1 First car (depending on definition) was either Belgian or French.Not sure how freedom started somewhere - you mean to say, that the concept of freedom did not exist before the Declaration of Indepence was signed?But the United States is a great and powerful country, I agree with you on that! Most Americans I met when I lived in the States were open and friendly, but took pride in their country and believed it to be the best in the world. Let us all celebrate your great nation's birthday on the 4th and remember all the good things USA has given to the world. But please don't rub mindless patriotism in everyone's faces - it's not very suitable.
@Gladestone1 Not sure if trolling or being arrogant.
He/She's probably not even American.... I don't know any Americans that dumb. Wouldn't be the first time a troll did a little acting.